THE BEST JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE EVER. Food is amazing. We've been twice so far, but this isn't our GO TO spot!! Our chef was from the islands (wish I could remember his name); he is amazing!!! The rice isn't he best ever. I wasSo sad to see that it was only rated 2.5 (old old reviews). This place is worth your wait!! ACTUALLY THERE'S NEVER A WAIT!!
3000 W Memorial RdOklahoma City, OK 73120
From Business: Wagyu Japanese BBQ is the FIRST Japanese BBQ or “Yakiniku” restaurant in the state of Oklahoma where everyone will be his/her own chef.
They have no idea how to cook sushi rice. Never going back there again.
One of my favorite sushi places
I have been a big fan of Shogun's ever for over 20 years. However, my most recent visit on 8/9/14 will be my last. A small reason for this is that Shogun's has gone up in price lately and for the past few years, the "Sho" in "Shogun's" pretty much does not exist any more. However, the main reason that I will never return back to this restaurant is due to a disgusting incident that happened Saturday night. One of the people at my table had ordered a bottle of Sake and as he was pouring some of it out from the bottle into the small Sake cup, outpoors a dead Roach! DISGUSTING. Clearly, he was shocked, as was everyone else at the table. A manager came over, looked at the roach and his reply was "Oh my God, this never happens Sir" and within a few minutes he replaced the bottle of Sake. He never actually apologized for the situation, though, and worst yet, did not comp the customer's meal. I can assure you, had this happened to me, I would not have paid for my meal. Period. It really shocks me that in today's society that is so Social Media conscious that a restaurant wouldn't do everything possible to make a customer happy. One bad tweet or one bad Facebook post could potentially shut down a restaurant. By no means does my review have that intention, but I feel it's best for everyone to know what happened that night and how management handled it.
I had lunch yesterday with a business associate for the first time at In The Raw in hopes of discovering a new favorite restaurant in Bricktown. What I discovered was a sad menu and even sadder food. the Miso soup was room temperature and the Pork Gyoza was over cooked and the rice was simply tasteless (a little salt could have helped a long way). the itr salad was bland and uninspiring. the Gulf Shrimp was simply inedible.Enough of the food, the facility itself looked tired and aged but nothing a little dab of paint, cleaning supplies and some elbow grease could not fix. My associate and I were greeted at entrance by a very friendly floor manager who took us to a booth to the left of the bar directly behind a wait station and a few feet away from the kitchen door. I immediately noticed the dusty wood slats on the wall and that peeked my curiosity. I was facing the wall and could not stop my eyes from wandering around the dining room. I kept looking for a sign of hope between every step of the table service rendered by an efficient but not so friendly server, There was none to be found. I looked over to the right and over the shoulders of my associate, I could see splatters of what looked like soda on the wall and right below the big art piece. I looked to my right and just under my table only to see more dirt on the wall all the way to the kitchen door. I kept wondering if anyone working there knew that there were such things as soap, water and towels. I thought the filth I was seeing all over the dining room had affected my tastes buds so I asked my associate about the meal and the reply confirmed that my taste buds were just fine.I paid the bill, excused myself to go to the restrooms and my horror continued. I opened the door and immediately noticed the not-so-fresh scent and the urinals totally exposed to the right of me. Anyone walking down the hallway could catch a glimpse if the door suddenly opened by an other person. The partition between the urinals was gone and all that was left were screws and broken hinges. As I looked up, the sight got even worse, a wall that had tares all over. Someone ripped whatever frame off the wall and thought that those holes were ok. I washed my hands, dried them with paper towels and when I turned around to use the trash can, I saw an old and tired round metal can, over-flowing with its lid laying besides it almost like a wounded warrior that had many battles and lost all of them. I reached to the door and looked to my right only to see a dusty corner and a cob-web as a final reminder of where my food came from. God, I do not want to think about the state of the kitchen. My stomach turned and I could not spend one more second inside the restaurant. I hurried my associate and we both left extremely unimpressed.It is sad that a group of managers and owners at a decent restaurant in the heart of Bricktown would accept such low standards for themselves. I think with the prices they command on their menu, they could have afforded some cleaning supplies and better staff. Where is the pride? I WILL NEVER NEVER EVER GO BACK AGAIN.
Best Sushi anywhere. Yumm!
Great service, food and atmosphere! I will be returning.
Shiki restaurant have the best sushi and hibachi in Oklahoma City. The sushi was delicious and the hibachi show was remarkable. Specially the price is affordable for great service and delightful foods. I would recommend everyone to come and check it out yourself.